SANA’A, Member of the Supreme Political Council (SPC) Mohammed a-Houthi and Chairman of Supreme Judicial Council Judge Ahmed al-Mutawakel have opened the Judicial Complex at the capital Sana’a Central Correction at a cost of YR 35 million.
During the inauguration, the SPC member affirmed that the establishment of a judicial complex next to the Central Correction is an important achievement to achieve justice and accelerate litigation procedures and decide on detainees’ cases.
Al-Houthi said the Complex will work to move pending cases and backlogs due to overcrowded courtrooms and the transfer of prisoners from correctional facilities to the courts. Two courts are being equipped in the central corrections facilities and will be opened soon, he added.
Source: Yemen News Agency